We begin with a Citizen Action Press Conference on Housing Justice & Child Care by Willie Terry.
Then, we hear excerpts from an Albany Common Council meeting covering issues such as affordable housing and free school lunches by Moses Nagel.
Later on, we hear the final part of Marsha Lazarus’s interview with Fred Miller and his work of over 53 years to bring change to organizations.
After that, Isabella LaForte talks about safety on the UAlbany campus with a fellow student who feels unsafe after an incident on campus.
Finally, The Rhythms of Rebellion series by Taína Asili is back, and for the next eight weeks we will be sharing shortened versions of each episode on Hudson Mohawk Magazine with support by Moses Nagel. Stick around to hear Taína interview Martha Redbone.